Opinion

Do artists deserve a second chance?

It happens time and time again, yet nothing changes as a consequence. A wide range of examples can be found, but still, the show is…



Student journalists are not the enemy

The Current is the American River College’s student run publication that gives voice to the student’ concerns on topics of interest, news, events, and services…


Diversity does not equal inclusion

American River College is undoubtedly a diverse campus. There are students here from all around the world, students with disabilities, and students who are a…


Current editorial: ARC fights negative reputation

There are many factors that contribute to the reputation of a college. Enrollment and graduation rates, student demographics, student involvement, and campus safety all play…




To caffeinate or not to caffeinate

Coffee is one of the most essential parts of a college student’s lifestyle. It makes powering through those 2 a.m. study sessions and early morning…


Artivism: The true peaceful protest

In the wake of unrest and injustice, people grasp for ways to communicate their frustration. Discontent within society can ignite campaigns for change, some violent,…



Journalism has rules, too

Since the beginning, journalists in the United States have been taught to live by objectivity, but in our world today that’s becoming more and more…


How Time’s Up helped me

Although the month of March is commonly known as Women’s History Month in some states, and March 8  declared International Women’s Day, women are still…